Grab Oppo F9 Pro at Just Rs.21,591 on Paytm Mall; Here’s How You Can Avail the Discount Offer

The Oppo F9 Pro is the latest mid-range smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer, and it’s a good one. It was launched in India recently and is now available for purchase via several online stores. The company also announced that it … Continue reading Grab Oppo F9 Pro at Just Rs.21,591 on Paytm Mall; Here’s How You Can Avail the Discount Offer

iPhone X-Inspired 2018 iPhone Models to Launch With New Colours, Bigger Screens and many more features

BELOW ARE HIGHLIGHTS Apple will launch 3 iPhone models this year Two models will have OLED screens, one will sport LCD panel The LCD model with 6.1-inch display is said to have dual SIM slots Apple is not only doubling … Continue reading iPhone X-Inspired 2018 iPhone Models to Launch With New Colours, Bigger Screens and many more features

Pocophone F1: a list of all countries where it will be available

Pocophone F1 was unveiled in France, Hong Kong and Indonesia today. But the new flagship killer will cover much more territory than those three countries. Here’s an image from the presentation containing the full list Note that there are going to be regional differences of what’s available. For example, in Spain the 64GB model starts at €330, but Xiaomi offers a €30 coupon that drops the price to €300. Go and claim it here (read the terms and conditions). However, the 128GB model costs more than expected – €400. Meanwhile in France, the 64GB model starts at €360, the 128GB … Continue reading Pocophone F1: a list of all countries where it will be available

Apple to launch three new iPhones, Watch with larger screen, updated iPad Pros, says Bloomberg

The tech world is waiting expectantly for Apple to announce its latest batch of iPhones. The devices will likely be unveiled sometime in the second week of September (the company’s usual drop date), and rumors this year have been pretty … Continue reading Apple to launch three new iPhones, Watch with larger screen, updated iPad Pros, says Bloomberg